Ramy Shaath, son of Nabil Shaath, an adviser to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, has been released by Egyptian authorities and deported.
The future of Ennahda will depend not on its ideology, but its organisational transformation, political choices, and the political system’s new arrangements.
The autocratic regimes and Islamist parties of the Arab world can take this time to learn from and fix their mistakes, or expect another uprising.
A crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood continues in the country since Abdel Fattah el Sisi ousted Mohamed Morsi's government in 2013 in a military takeover and became president.
The move will allow the government to immediately fire any employee whose name appears on its terrorism list, which also results in an asset freeze and a travel ban.
Human Rights Watch urges the Egyptian government to stop executions in the country as it 'cannot afford more.'
From religiously-minded Hamas and Islamic Jihad, to secularist Fatah and socialist Popular Front, there are various political groups that oppose Israel.
William Burns, one of the most experienced American diplomats, may look to intensify the agency’s focus on China - the biggest threat to the US global domination.
The imbalanced power relations between Egypt and the Gulf is mirrored by the treatment Egyptians have been receiving in the region.
President-elect Joe Biden won't walk away from the UAE, but there are a number of issues that will seriously test the relationship.
Saudi Arabia has lifted its blockade of Qatar after a three and a half year stalemate. So what triggered a change of heart?
On the tenth anniversary of the Arab Spring, TRT World spoke with Gilbert Achcar, who has written extensively on the politics of the Middle East, to make sense of what transpired and what comes next.
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